PIC makes £40m investment in Housing Solutions

The investment will fund the construction of 350 new homes by 2026

Martin Richmond
clock • 2 min read
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Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has invested £40m as debt in Housing Solutions, a housing association based in South-East England.

The investment by the defined benefit schemes insurer will provide funding for the development and construction of 350 new homes by 2026, 70% of which will be allocated for social and affordable re...

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